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Huiling Ding

Director of Labor Analytics and Workforce Development


Department of English - College of Humanities and Social Sciences


Dr. Ding will facilitate labor market research at the Data Science Academy. She will help raise and answer research questions related to real-time labor market analytics (RT LMA), job market needs and trends, program review and development, curriculum updates, and workforce development by collaborating with academic researchers and administrators, workforce agencies, K-12 educators, and government and/or industry partners. These research and training efforts will help disseminate data-driven solutions in academic programs, workforce development communities, and student service providers. These labor analytics initiatives aim to promote student success, career and learning pathway mapping, better curriculum-work connections, and data-informed program development decisions to help prepare NC State for a quickly changing labor market.


Ph.D. Rhetoric and Composition Purdue University 2007

M.A. English Northern Illinois University 2002

Area(s) of Expertise

Artificial Intelligence and Risk Communication
Technical Communication
Intercultural rhetorics
Risk rhetorics
Medical rhetoric
Digital rhetoric
Writing in the Disciplines
Health Communication
Genre Studies
Ethics and Social Justice